Below are just a few resources available for queer youth and their friends. If you have a listing you would like added here please contact

BC’s leading queer resource centre

Gab Youth
Drop-in services provided for queer and questioning youth
604.684.5307Gab Youth

Prideline is Qmunity’s peer support/information/referral phone line. Weeknights from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
604.684.6869 or toll-free: 1.800.566.1170Prideline

What is a gay straight alliance? is an initiative of Egale Canada and your link to community, safer spaces, education and information, and more! |

Canada’s first youth-driven organization leading the HIV and Hep C movement through peer education, support, and shared leadership
604.688.1411 or toll-free:

Fraser Valley Youth Society
Drop in for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgendered, Transsexual, and Questioning Youth, every Thursday 6-9pm in Old Courthouse Buildingm, Montvue Ave at S. Fraser Way, Abbotsford, BC
778.241.2867 |

Irayl is an outreach program designed to meet the needs of young people who feel unsafe or need assistance when traveling on the Skytrain or Canada Line. Some assistance IRAYL can offer includes assisting youth with no fare, safe walk/escort, and young people with no place to go.

Kids Help Phone Line
Canada’s only toll-free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, referral and Internet service for children and youth

Support for parents, family and friends of queer youth

Pride Education Network
Advocating positive change in the educational system for queer students, parents, teachers, administrators and their supporters |

Transgender Health Program
Transgender youth and loved ones in the Lower Mainland have organized a drop-in for anyone age 24 and under who is transgender or the loved one of a transgender person
604.734.1514 or toll free:

Youth Against Violence
Anonymous line for youth to talk to trained support workers about bullying, gang activity, harassment, intimidation, sexual exploitation and many other issues. 24/7

Urban Native Youth Association
Provide services, programs and support to Native youths

Surrey Youth Alliance
Surrey Youth Alliance plays host to anywhere from 15-40 youth between the ages of 14 and 21 at their normal Wednesday drop-ins. SYA is friendly to youth of all genders and sexual orientations. It’s also a great place for questioning or unsure youth to come and ask questions. Snacks are supplied at every meeting, and a 30-minute group circle is usually held, discussing ideas for upcoming events, suggestions for drop-in activities, and a quick once-over of current events both in the community and in the world.

Won’t Get Weird
Non-judgmental, youth-friendly, sex-positive services

Prince Rupert Queer Youth Alliance
Youth group in Prince Rupert for Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Trans, Questioning youth and their friends | 
Offers emotional support and crisis intervention services for children, youth, and young adults 25 years. |

A resource page that brings together gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people throughout British Columbia through a variety of LGBT organizations and websites.